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, including vice president joe biden. friday, president obama thanked the hunger strikers for their sacrifice and dedication and told them the country is behind them on immigration reform. but chances for comprehensive immigration bill are slim. the senate passed its version in june. the house has failed to take it up, and in recent weeks, president obama has said he's open to individual bills. that's the republican approach. but this year at least, it doesn't seem there's enough time to get it done. jim? >> thanks very much, jill dougherty. >>> still ahead, high tensions at sea after the u.s. challenges china. we'll take you inside a dangerous dispute that's raising fears of a new conflict. >>> and did the u.s. miss an opportunity to win the release of an american held prisoner in iran? a family member joins us live to talk about his fate and plea for his freedom. >>> first cnn looks at ways you can impact your world. >> hi. i'm jeff bridges. we can make an impact on ending childhood hunger here in america. according to the usda, we currently have over 60 million children who are struggling
on the phone and he said thank you. if you think about the arc of the clinton obama if relationship the idea a year ago or four years ago that would he how the election ended for president obama on the phone with president clinton thanking him is almost inconceivinconceiv able. there has been some rocking us in the last few days. obviously president clinton made a comment that was not helpful about the affordable care act and people wondered are things getting dicey between the two of them? we saw last week president obama getting president clinton the medal of freedom and said to him thank you for all of the advice you have given me on and off the golf course. that kind of lightness is there. i will finish by saying president clinton they said he was a great pundit and when we think about 2012 would like to see the world sometimes through president clinton size. he was asked in september after the 47% tape came out and governor romney was struggling one of his friends said what do you think of governor romney and president clinton said i think he is a nice guy but he's in the wrong line of
talk to the mosque turned his back is with us your books include obama's world thank you for being with us the prospect of today we can join the conversation on facebook and twitter are hushed and two for today. now the time but dangerous waters you know what you think of the strait of hormuz one third of the world's oil transit between iran and saudi arabia. it seems as though perhaps it's now being trumped by the east china sea is that troy's body of water to his military strategists insomnia. on the look at this map. why is it such a big deal to those disputed arms when no one lives and the solicitor that the ions they are on and it is however they are strategically important. bt sydney a very sad. the center's security as other groups of islands in the vicinity as well and we all share this strategic importance that position. i was of course there are these oil reserves hydrocarbon reserves. gary smith says and of course though so that their rich in marine life also said the city of great importance not just to china to japan also added to taiwan as well because people like to
. >> jeff, our thanks to you. >>> this is also a crucial weekend for the obama administration on another front, the deadline has come and gone for fixing the disastrous >> how is it going, let's bring in george stephanopoulos. who will be hosting "this week" later this morning. so, how it's going? >> the white house is going to release new numbers this morning. the white house says it's working. meeting the goals they set. it will work for 80% of the users. they now say it's capable of handling 50,000 people at the same time on the website. 800,000 a day, with less than a second to load a page and less than 1% of error. those are the numbers right now. the white house knows, though, it has to continue to work over time. over the next month, as they face these new deadlines for the end of the year and in march to get new enrollment for obama care. >> george, how high are the stakes for the president to get this right? he would be the first to say that health care is his legacy defining initiative. >> it could not be higher. this as you said, it defines the president's lega
thanks to you. >>> this is a crucial weekend for the obama administration on another front the deadline has come and gone for fixing the disastrous >> how is it going, let's bring in george stephanopoulos. so, how it's going? >> the white house is going to release new numbers this morning. it's meeting the goals. it will work for 08% of the users. it's capable of handling 50,000 people at the same time on the website. 800,000 a day, with less than a second to load a page, so those are the numbers right now. the white house knows it has to continue to work overtime. as they face these new deadlines for the end of the year to get new enrollment for obama care. >> george, how high are the stakes to get it right for the president? >> it defines the president's legacy. especiallies heading into the final three years of his second term, not much prospect to gain much more on the legislative front. he has to make this work. he has to fight all of these efforts to dismantle it. >> if he doesn't make this one website work, his whole agenda for his second term hangs in the balance
dangerous there. >> general dempsey, thanks very much. please join me in thanking him. [applause] >> president obama awarded the medal of freedom. recipients included bill clinton, oprah winfrey, and sally ride. that ceremony sunday at 10:35 eastern on c-span. highlights, including lyndon .ohnson's address to congress at 2:00, your questions for robert care row -- robert caro. and coverage of the state funeral. jfk, this weekend on c-span three. the founder of ms. magazine, gloria steinem, spoke at the national press club on monday. she stressed the importance of women voting. this is one hour. >> it's not often that one person can define an era. gloria steinem is the face of the feminist movement and was dubbed "the leading icon of american feminism" by joelle attinger in "time" magazine. she solidified her feminist legacy by co-founding "ms. magazine" in 1972. more than 40 years later, she is still a consulting editor to the magazine now published by the feminist majority foundation. ms. steinem celebrated the magazine's 40th anniversary right here at the national press club l
. dozens received holiday phone calls from the commander-in-chief, president obama dialled members and thanks for service and wishing them a happy thanksgiving. >> give thanks for the freedom they defend and think what we want and say what we think and worship according to our own beliefs. >> reporter: the president celebrated a low-key thanksgiving with his family at the white house. that is a break for many of his predecessors who spent the holiday at camp david. in pakistan a change of command, a powerful military chief passes the baton to his successor as the country struggles to contain militants and struggling to make a living as kids, children who escaped the war in syria facing new dangers on the streets of lebanon. and the eve of world aids day, looking at the funding and research giving hopes to millions of people live with the disease around the world. >> they are trying to get a w and tactics have come into question recently and will show you why in sports. >> reporter: a live look at the toys "r" us square in time square, look at that line as people wait for bargains
is that you are seeing these low-wage jobs come into the market. >> thank you. >>> the obama care fix deadline arrives tomorrow. president obama has pledged that this saturday, health will be working. will millions of uninsuranced americans be able to get through and sign up? that is the big question. jill dougherty is at the white house with the latest. they say the experience is going to be different. will it? >> they do. watch the fine print. what they are saying is for the vast majority of americans. because this is not the final fix. what they are trying to get is the ability to have 50,000 people at any one time get on that site and do what they have to do to sign up. but they are concerned that let's say next week as attention continues to build, you could have hundreds of thousands, maybe 200,000. the last time that happened in october, people were not able to get on. they had to get in kind of a virtual waiting line. that's just one of the issues that they are concerned about. >> withering criticism of the initial rollout of, has intensified the pressure on the
deadline. back to you. >> kristen welker, thank you so much. let's get more on this big question, is it ready? want to bring in sarah cliff, health policy reporter for "the washington post" who's been living and breathing obama care for the past several months. also, christina bellatoni, political editor at the pbs news hour as well as juliet alprin. sarah, i want to start with you. i think it's important to always point out what we're seeing here and the problems and the headaches with the president, it's been a technical one. it's been a technical problem. so once the technical problems go away, do you feel that the american people will then start to embrace the affordable health care act in a much different way? >> it's hard to know for sure just because, as you mentioned, there have been so many technical problems. it's been very difficult to complete the process of shopping for health insurance through what we know is in a few of the states that are running their own markplaces -- there are 14 states setting up exchanges. there's been robust enrollment. calif
, thanks for that. president obama and the first lady getting a new wide-ranging interview with barbara walters. the president addressed concerns about the health care rollout and questions about his legacy. ing >> every president in their second term is you know, mindful that you've only got a limited amount of time left and you want to make sure you are squeezing every last ounce of energy that you have to try to deliver on the commitments you made to the american people. >> president obama's self-imposed deadline is fast approaching. 12 hours to go for with that deadline looming. the president and other top officials have said people will start having a better experience on the site by then. key parts of the site will be down this weekend like in past weekends for maintenance and repairs. the president will unveil a new national security strategy early next year. the white house notified congress about the plans in a letter released friday. the president is expected to update the strategy he outlined in 2010 and described the administration's national securities priori
to be in. tom o'neal, host of we appreciate it. >> thanks. >>> the clock ran out at midnight for the obama care website. that was the self-imposed deadline set by the president to get it running properly. well, did they finally get it right? we'll check that out next. this is the quicksilver cash back card from capital one. it's not the "limit the cash i earn every month" card. it's not the "i only earn decent rewards at the gas station" card. it's the no-games, no-signing up, everyday-rewarding, kung-fu-fighting, silver-lightning-in-a-bottle, bringing-home-the-bacon cash back card. this is the quicksilver card from capital one. unlimited 1.5% cash back on every purchase, everywhere, every single day. so ask yourself, what's in your wallet? cortizone-10 has the strongest nonprescription itch medicine plus moisturizers to help heal skin fast. cortizone-10. feel the heal. >>> it looks like the crippled healthcar healthcare.go website has a second lifeline. the man, obama administration, says there is, quote, a nath and day difference between what the website was like on october
, thanks. as we await for the rollout redo to unfold, critics say president obama still has a long way to go before he can convince americans that his signature legislation is actually working. our chief correspondent joins us live with more. good to see you. >> good afternoon. it's not just the fox news poll taken in the second week of november that finds 55% of registered voter disapproving of president obama's job performance these days. that figure actually rises in more recent polls of registered voters and americans overall taken by cbs news and cnn. it is pretty much the same in surveys taken over the last week. gallup reported recently the president's rating as a strong leader, honest, trustworthy and effective manager, dropped in each of those categories by 5 to 6 points since september. >> it's hard to sit opposite you, mr. president, and say this. but a lot of the criticism, it's personal. >> yes. >> people just don't think they're trustworthy. >> i don't think that's true, barbara. the truth of the matter is that i got re-elected in part because people did think i was trust
obviously very real problems for people trying to find out what and obama care is all about and the political fallout, as well. >> hampton, thank you for that and i hope you had a good day yesterday. >> thank you. >> thank you for that. still to come, november is ending on a high note for u.s. equities with a major indices sitting at new highs. will there be plenty of stocking stuffers? we'll get some early market insight from the cme and also our final thoughts from andy, as well. >>> futures say we're going to go higher this morning. the dow is currently some 37 points above fair value. 14 for the nasdaq. joining us is todd horwitz, founder of andy goldberg is still with us, as well. todd, happy thanksgiving. i hope you had a good day. anything to stop the markets from moving higher? equities going higher? >> good morning, ross. good morning, andy. you know, if you look at it, maybe the tryptophan from the turkey will stop it. but i believe we're more in bubble territory here. you can't get in the way of it because there's no telling how much farther
that's what's going on. when president obama said i didn't know this and i didn't know that -- he thought it. again, thanks for watching us tonight. i am bill o'reilly. please always remember that the spin stops right here. we're definitely looking out for you. >>> welcome to a "kelly file" special report. a salute to our nation's gratest generation. in october 2013 a remarkable event took place on washington's national mall. the park service had barricaded the open air world war ii memorial in a move they blamed on the partial government shutdown. the reaction from our vets, their families, and supporters was swift, and it was angry. in the time it took to find some bolt cutters we were suddenly seeing pictures of defiant soldiers, many on canes or in wheelchairs, crossing those barricades with the kind of determination that reminded many in america again of the spirit that once helped us win a war and preserve our freedom. over the next hour we will revisit the incredible sacrifice these men and women made to defend this country in the bloodiest and most widespread war in histor
on the least influential list. @megynkelly on twitter. thanks for watching, everybody. i'm megyn kelly. this is kelly file. >>> problem? what problem. >> in order to distract attention away from obama care, the senate has just broken the rules in order to change the rules. >> the obama white house is willing to do whatever it can to scrub the obama care train wreck from front pages of our nation's newspapers. but it won't happen here. it's official. we're now negotiating with the terrorists in tehran. >> today the united states took an important first step towards a comprehensive solution that addresses our concerns for the islamic public of iran's nuclear program. >> ann coulter is here to react to the so-called nuclear agreement. >> there is a disturbing situation that is occurring around the city and in other cities. called knockout. >> the main street reports on the deadly knockout phenomenon, but is this a case of too little too late? plus sarah palin issues her first public response to martin basheer. did she accept his apology? welcome to "hannity" tonight. the white house appea
a cnbc contributor. >> thank you. we're ignoring a huge issue, half the people on the obama care, half a million of them are on medicaid. >> that. >> but walk you throughs what happened tomorrow. -- what's the best and worst case scenario here? >> lots of moaning and growning over the talk shows over the weekend. i think the president actually stated this pretty well. 80% is not what you'd expect from a good web site but it's a whole lot better than than what it was. >> so i'm looking at this story in the wall street journal that hp is replacing verizon as the host of the web site. it also said hp signed a contract this summer. is this opt ibs for you? >> if it doesn't work, the president and democrats are in a lot of troum and they. >> if i don't have coverage, i still get treated at hospitals and the fiend is less that what i pay in premiums. unless i get into a car wreck, i'm going to be able to sign up, even if i get sick. >> that's actually not true. after the initial signup period, you can only sign up once a year and you don't get any tax subsidies. that's the first problem. if
blacks, hispanics, up liberals coming tended to cluster in central cities in university towns thank communities and have huge percentages to give democrats a big advantage. we'll get the election you will see barack obama 155% or more of the vote and 13 states only 91 votes short of that college majority those states were not contested. the vintage comes then equal population because outside those democratic clusters republican voters are spread more evenly around. so you find them, they're hurt in the electoral college only in those states 55% or more he had a much longer route to go but when you look at congressional districts you see a different picture not just because of redistricting it is a minor effect. if you compare george of the bush 2004 reelected with a popular vote and 2012 reelected 51%. bush carries the electoral college barack obama electoral college 332 nearly 50 more. but how many congressional districts? that is not relative but in a straight ticket country it is relevant for the house. george of the bush 255 john kerry 180. barack obama 201-2209 districts mitt r
this holiday season? >> definitely in moderation. enjoy, indulge, but portion control. >> thank you so much. >> thank you very much. >>> 55 minutes after the hoar. coming up on "fox & friends" weekend, fixed or failed? the obama care website deadline has come and gone. will the problems continue? we're live in washington at the top of the hour. >>> anything like this ever happen on your holiday road trip? >> road rage, liver lips. >> coming up, dr. keith ablo has the tips you need to avoid road rage on your trip this holiday season. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ camera shutter clicks ] now, that's cardworthy. [ n ] all right. here we go. ♪ cardworthy. [ female announcer ] this holiday season, visit for all your cardworthy moments. >>> hello and good morning. it is sunday the 1st of december, 2013. i'm anna could i man. gre kooiman. ready or not, paul walker, actor from "fast and furious" has passed away in a fiery car crash. we have the breaking details coming up. >> and they say no good deed goes unpunished. well, some -- they're right. good deeds are almost always punished usually by the
governor christie tonight. please join me in thanking him very much for dipping of his time. [applause] [captioning performed bynational captioning institute] [captions copyright nationalcable satellite corp. 2013] quacks on the next "washington journal," a washington reporter for "the nation" looks at president obama's approval numbers, his relationship with congressional democrats, and the senate's rule change. his an analyst talks about book "shaping our nation" and the immigration debate. the former executive director of the commonwealth authority compares the affordable care act's health changes -- exchanges with those he created in massachusetts in 2006. "washington journal" live at 7:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. -- quacks i --t >> i thought it was fun to have a view of a time in american history that was not instructional. it was a little more anecdotal and actually a little more archaeological, meaning random. you take a look at them and you see bunches of weird photos and the captions explaining them. i had a vision of high school students flipping through them and loving histor
among nations. thank you very much. >> next, live, your calls and comments on "washington journal." then "newsmakers" after that president obama honoring this year's recipients of the medal f freedom award. >> i thought it was fun to have a little >> i thought it was fun to have a little view of history, of a time in america that wasn't instructional. that was a little more anecdotal and actually some weird photos and then the captions explain. >> josh say pan from the world of cable. tonight at eight on c-span's q&a. >> this morning on "washington looks at the senate's rule change and other items. washington journal is next. >> these are substantial limitations which will prevent iraq from building -- iran from building a nuclear weapon. meanwhile, this first up will create time and space over the next six months for more negotiations to fully address our comprehensive concerns about iranian program. --ause of this agreement
at the moment. >> joining us live from bangkok, thank you very much. >> immigration incident resulted. >> people held there. >> that's exactly what we're talking about. >> we'll tell you why president obama got an unexpected earful from hecklers. >> a supreme court showdown over birth control. should companies with religious objections be forced to pay for the pill. >> in ohio, accusations over a rape case cover up. officials now facing serious charges there. power of the people until we restore our freedoms and r >> welcome back to aljazeera america, i'm del walters, just ahead, president obama sends a message to hecklers who disrupted his speech on immigration reform. >> first, let's find out how wet and cold it's going to be where you are or where you're headed with nicole mitchell. >> temperatures are actually going to be on the rise for the east coast as low pressure moves northward, funneling in the warm air. closer to the great lakes, it will be snow. we've gone up into the 50's in savanna versus 30's in atlanta. the warm air will spread fortward aba lot of 40's along the coastline. tempe
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